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Chart receives major order

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Chart Cooler Service Company Inc., a subsidiary of Chart Industries Inc., has been selected to provide air-cooled heat exchangers for a natural gas compression application as part of a major gas gathering project in the Permian Basin in West Texas, US.

The company will provide 20 large, horizontal, forced draft air coolers, which will be delivered through the summer of 2017.

In 2H16, Chart received an order to provide more than 20 air-cooled heat exchangers for gas processing applications for the same operator and field.

Adam Stashick, VP & GM at the Tulsa facility where the air coolers will be engineered and fabricated, said: “We are delighted with this latest award and [it is] further testament that the midstream oil and gas sector continues to recognise Chart’s ability to provide quality heat exchanger solutions for both gas compression and gas processing applications. Each provides unique challenges and, as a direct result, air cooler suppliers typically focus on one or the other. We are proud that our long heritage and proven expertise enables first class companies to select Chart Cooler Service Company as a single source for all of their air cooled heat exchanger requirements. These important orders and others like them, continue to improve our backlog of projects and enable us to increase our local workforce.”

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